Document Reference

MS 168/1/10/1-2

7 November 1835

Report to the Trustees of the Outfall of the River Welland on the improvement thereof by James Walker; 7 Nov. 1835

MS 168/1/11

7 November 1835

River Welland. 'Plan shewing the proposed improvements between Fosdike Bridge and Clay Hole - referred to in Mr. Walker's report'; 7 Nov. 1835

MS 168/1/12

12 July 1837

An Act to increase the tonnage rates and duties granted by an act passed in the fifth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, for improving the outfall of the River Welland in the county of Lincoln; 12 Jul. 1837

MS 168/1/13

12 July 1837

An Act to increase the tonnage rates and duties granted by an act passed in the fifth year of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, for improving the outfall of the River Welland in the county of Lincoln; 12 Jul. 1837

MS 168/1/14

9 January 1839

Judgement in Chancery regarding the River Welland Outfall; 9 Jan. 1839

MS 168/1/15

1840

A bill for inclosing and reclaiming from the sea, certain tracts of land forming the Great Estuary called "The Wash", between the counties of Norfolk and Lincoln; 1840

MS 168/1/16/1-5

18 June 1842

River Welland Port Duties; 18 Jun. 1842

MS 168/1/17

19 November 1846

The London Gazette; 19 Nov. 1846

MS 168/1/18

n.d.

A map of the South Drainages of Lincolnshire; n.d.

MS 168/1/19

n.d.

The Dock yard, with the ship in all its stages; n.d.

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